Savory Stuffing Cupcakes and a Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery Giveaway!!

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We had so much fun creating this recipe with Rudi’s delicious gluten-free stuffing. This is a great way to jazz up your regular Thanksgiving presentation or a creative way to use those stuffing and mashed potato leftovers.

Savory Stuffing Cupcakes

Stuffing cupcakes:
1/2 c. butter
2 c. water or chicken broth
6 cups Rudi’s gluten-free dry stuffing
Mashed potato “frosting”:
6 medium sized red potatoes, diced into 1 in. cubes
1/2 c. butter
1 c. sour cream
Garlic salt to taste
Preheat the oven to 375. Heat the butter on low until melted. Add stuffing then pour water over and mix until well coated. Press into greased muffin cups and bake for 25-30 minutes. Meanwhile in a stock pot, cover the cut potatoes with cold water and heat until boiling. Potatoes should be soft when poked with a fork. Drain water then add 1/2 c. butter and mash with a hand masher or beaters until butter is melted. Add in sour cream and salt and whip. Remove stuffing cups and cool 10 minutes then “frost” with your mashed potatoes. Enjoy!
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Rudi’s Gluten-Free Stuffing is an artisan inspired gluten-free stuffing that is perfect to bring to any holiday table for the whole family, gluten-free or not. Made from the bestselling Rudi’s Gluten-Free Multigrain & Original breads and blended with a perfect amount of savory spices, it is a perfect match to any holiday meal.  The stuffing can be prepared in about 5 minutes and is dairy, soy and, of course, gluten-free.  Unlike other Rudi’s Gluten-Free products, our gluten free stuffing is a limited time only program available while suppliers last for 2013 holiday season. 
How would you like to win some Rudi’s gluten-free stuffing and more great swag to make fall baking easier?! Here’s your chance, enter below.

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Comments

  1. I’d serve this at my family’s thanksgiving–just over a month to go!

  2. i would serve this at thanksgiving dinner since I can’t eat the traditional stuffing….mine mine, all mine!

  3. Thanksgiving dinner at my mom’s house!

  4. I will serve my stuffing recipe at my house with my adult children and granddaughters. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Denise Fedor says:

    I would make this recipe for a Sunday Dinner.

  6. shauna price says:

    I’d serve it at my parents house for Thanksgiving.

  7. I would make this for Thanksgiving dinner!

  8. I will make this stuffing for a pre-thanksgiving dinner as we will be on vacation for Thanksgiving. Thanks for the chance to win (my rafflecopter name is organicallyou)

  9. I would make mine at home & take it to my mom’s for Thanksgiving & serve it to MYSELF! Miss stuffing on Thanksgiving!!!

  10. Jessie C. says:

    I would serve it at Thanksgiving dinner.

  11. Susan Martin says:

    I am going to make these cupcakes here in my home for myself and my Mom who need to eat GF. This will be THE stuffing featured at our Turkey Day celebration!

  12. I would serve this at family thanksgiving dinner. Also, I think church is having a dinner, so may reserve some for that too.

  13. Thanksgiving! My family generally only eats turkey, stuffing, and dessert. Maybe if we win we’ll just eat stuffing this year :)

  14. I would make stuffing croquettes!

  15. I would use this to make with my turkey on thanksgiving!!

  16. Thanksgiving Turkey Stuffing!

  17. I would have a huge amazing Sunday family dinner serving braciole – my husband loves it and I have never made it since going gluten free! I NEED to make this ASAP!!!

  18. Sunday family dinner with everyone with a nice casserole!

  19. I would serve it at our house for Thanksgiving.

  20. i would use it to make my dad’s homemade stuffing recipe (modified of course) so i can eat it!

    i would serve at my parents’ house this Thanksgiving

  21. Georgiana says:

    I would serve it for my family on the Thanksgiving holiday with turkey and cranberries mixed in!

  22. I would make it to replace regular stuffing

  23. I found an amazing stuffing with mushrooms and nuts and I cannot wait to try it with this stuffing mix!

  24. I would make it for my Thanksgiving celebration with the in-laws.

  25. Debra Lee says:

    At Thanksgiving on Turkey Day!

  26. I would serve thsi at my families thanksgiving dinner

  27. Thanksgiving

  28. I would bring it home from college and make my mothers homemade stuffing for family thanksgiving dinner!

  29. Either thanksgiving or as a side at dinner

  30. Thanksgiving hands down! I’m always looking for new stuffing recipes and products!

  31. I would serve my stuffing at Thanksgiving!

  32. I would love to bring it to a party with friends for the holidays.

  33. Been dying to try this stuffing for Thanksgiving!

  34. laurie nykaza says:

    I would serve it at my house for Thanksgiving and Christmas and really anytime my son would like to have it

  35. I would serve it during Thanksgiving dinner.

  36. Thanksgiving dinner

  37. I would serve this dish for Thanksgiving at home.

  38. Lottie Heinicke says:

    I will serve this with my Turkey for a gluten free Thanksgiving!

  39. family thanksgiving dinner of course :)

  40. I will serve it at my aunts for thanksgiving. I haven’t had stuffing in about 5 years so it would be amazing to win!!! I used to love it so much and now I can enjoy it again!!

  41. Thanksgiving dinner table. Cannot wait

  42. This would be the first of many Thanksgivings where I’d be able to actually eat some stuffing. So I think instead of bringing it to the “family” dinner, I’ll keep it at home for me and the hubby to enjoy.

  43. I would use this for thanksgiving or Christmas, since we usually make similar food for both holidays.

  44. My house. I host all of the major holidays (I have the most room), and we typically have 20+ people in our house. My uncle and I were just diagnosed this past spring so it’s our first GF Turkey Day and I would love to be able to serve he and I stuffing, since we both LOVE it!

  45. I am serving my first Thanksgiving Dinner this year (in-laws included!!!)

  46. Jamie messenger says:

    We are making gluten free stuffing for the first time

  47. At my house!

  48. Laura Jacobson says:

    Oh I would serve it for Thanksgiving Dinner or Christmas Dinner!!! Would be the first time I stuffed my turkey again since my celiac disease diagnosis!

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